Aranese cuisine in the heart of the Pyrenees
Traditional gastronomy combined with a local concept of the Aran Valley cuisine is the hallmark of the Parador de Artíes. It has a menu of local and regional products, as well as exquisite grilled dishes and delicious informal dishes to share.
A viewpoint over the snow-capped mountains
The Restaurant is located on the ground floor of the former Hostería Don Gaspar de Portolá. In Aranese style, with beautiful large windows and unbeatable views of the mountains of Naut Aran. Discover the delicacies of the cuisine of this beautiful Pyrenean area, with products such as pâtés, sausages, quince jelly, mountain cheeses, and dishes such as Aranese pot, llosa-style trout, wild boar civet (stew), grilled meats and fish or pescajús (crêpes filled with apple compote).
Type of kitchen
Catalan and Aranese
Aranese pot, llosa-style trout, grilled meats, Artíes pescajús
The jewel of Aranese architecture in the Catalan Pyrenees
If you visit Val d'Aran during the ski season, don't forget to book your table in advance at our Restaurant-Cocktail Bar. A perfect place for après ski, where you can meet friends, go with your partner or family, and enjoy a select cocktail menu by the fireplace after a long day in the snow. But don't hesitate to visit us in the summer, when you can cool off in the swimming pool and relax in the garden loungers, all the while contemplating the Pyrenees mountains. Furthermore, one of the jewels of the Parador is the spa pool, with an indoor and outdoor part, and which is heated in the winter months.
Val d'Aran was one of the first Catalan regions to receive the official seal of a Sports Tourism Destination, and in addition to the sports that you can practise thanks to the snow, there are spectacular hiking routes through the Pyrenees. The beautiful town centre of Artíes is as attractive as the distant views it provides. It has all the charm of a mountain village, with houses topped with peaked roofs, and narrow cobbled streets that lead to atmospheric bars and restaurants.